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   Abilene Reporter-News, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1962, Abilene, Texas                               AHS 32 ArLHIs, 24 J'waler 43 C-CIfy 47 BeHon 42 Mason 28 Albany 14 B-Spring 22 Munday 21 Rule 40 Cisco 21 JMHvll w SPOR Reporter S96T OT 3Atf 3103 i 9909 XB 03 S31V6 33IAM3S W1I JOMIMM SATURDAY 3 STAR FINAL "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT 82ND YEAR. NO. 105 ABILENE. TEXAS. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1962 -TWEMTY-SIX PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS Associated Press (fP) Barnett Faces Jail Jn Contempt Case OLE MISS CAMPUS QUIET Students change classes at the University ot Mississippi at Oxford Friday. Only a handful of officers were present most of Fii- dav fn contrast to the hundreds on hand earlier. Mississippi Governor Ross Barnett ha" been given until Tuesday by a federal court to allow registration of J Negro student "r7ace ustody and a fine of daily. (AP Wirephoto) Railroad Telegraphers' Strike Reported Ended U.5. Units Stand Ready For Action MEMPHIS, Term. 'AP> A beefed up force of U.S. marshals stood poised here Friday await- ing orders that could send them to Mississippi for a dramatic showdown with segregationist Gov. Ross Barnett. The marshals streamed into the tightly restricted naval air station by plane and ear. They were joined by 110 Array engineers from Ft. Campbell, Ky.. and a hundred or more border patrol- men from Texas and California. Government sources here de- clined to comment on the rapid buildup at this base some 70 miles north of Oxford, Miss., where Negro James H. Meredith is seeking enrollment in the white University of Mississippi. News- men were barred from the base; all questions went unanswered. The Army unit arrived after a hurried overnight trip from Ft. 200 .miles to the east. The unit's announced purpose was Bv WALTER R. to provide supplies, MEARS .possible, certainly within the next.Kaihvay Labor Executives lt day or so." He said commuter.ciation, to conferences Friday on meals SEARCH DELAYED Brownwood Fireman R. C. Mayfield, left, and Fire Chief Charles Alford right, and two unidentified men aided Friday in the search for the body of Jesse Barnes, Abilene, believed drowned in south Lake Brownwood. The dragging operations were called off at darkness Friday and will be resumed Saturday morning. (RNS Photo) WEATHER U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE WEATHER BUREAU (Weather Map. 2-A) ABILENE AND VICINITY (Radius of 40 miles) Fair and not much change in temperature through Sunday. High both Saturday and Sunday about 85. Low Sat- urday about CO. SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS: Clear to partly cloudy north portion, cloudy south portion Saturday and Sunday. Scattered showers lower coast Saturday. High Sat- urday in til and mild Saturday and Sunday. High Saturday in the 80s. CENTRAL TEXAS Lake Dragging To Resume Today BROWNWOOD Search forgave been involved in the search the body of Jesse Barnes, about (or the body. t -ice he restored in marshals. iruaj in IMC SOUTHWEST TEXAS: Clear to cloudy Saturday Saturday. Few thundershowers in Compliance Deadline Tuesday Related story, Pg. 2-A 53, Abilene service station opera- jtor believed to have drowned at Lake Brownwood Thursday eve- ning, will resume Saturday morn- Thjs issuc was settlcti with an ,for the Monday morning rush: This issue was settled with an ment spokesmen said the troops Friday night of the 30-day teieg- eprvirc agreement that will return the would nol be directly involved in ..noincl lhr> flhipa-'110111- tnloornnhprc In thpir mnvr. In Site of the search by the Brown County Emergency Unit is near the Lake Shore Lodge and between the Highway 36 bridge and Dyess raphers' strike go and North Western The railroad said trains will Heineman said. rolling again over its 10.600 miles Agreement came after five days back- ]i striking telegraphers to their jobs tne government's next move to Saturday. 1US. Air Force Base's lake recreation Both Army and Justice Depart- 'partly cloudy i jj. C McFadden of thelarea- sntr- Biwmvood Police Dept. told the! John Clary, Brownwood city uniay 7B-S6wMPER iReporter-News the search for the manager and director of the Fri. a.m. rri. _p.m. Abilene man ended about 7 p.m. Brown County Civil Defense, and get Meredith admitted. Meredith, of track within a few days. The strike-ending agreement, engineered by Secretary of tclcgraphers W. Willard Wirtz and federal me-'and th'c had agreed on diator Francis A. O'Neill Jr.. sent ____________ But neither the unions nor the '29, has been turned back three railroad would say what arrange-! times under orders from Barnett, been made on the re-laciing in defiance of the federal to arbitration four unsettled most major issues. los maor ss. Wirtz summoned 22 been worked out 1 Heineman said only that a sat-jclothos, have been gathering at isfactory agreement had been j the naval air base at tne rate of reached. Wirtz said the question! about 25 a day for the past sev- BARGE ADRIFT sues, including key questions on raiiroati unions, members of the] understandings. elimination of jobs by the rail-' road. The three arbitrators, to be named within 24 hours by the un- ion, the railroad and by agree- ment between the two, are to hand down their binding decision within 10 days. The harvest-time strike on the nine-state Chicago and North Western was the first handled by Wirtz as secretary of labor since he took over from Arthur J. Gold- berg late in August. The members of the AFI. 10 Persons Die In Coast Storm By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Gales, heavy rain and high CIO Order of Railroad Tclcgra-' tides pounded much of the Allan in New York, two in Massachusc tts. two in New tic Coast for the second straight day Friday. The long-planing storm killed at least six persons and injured a number of others. that the freight trains would com-1 Traffic accidents blamed on the mcnce operation as promptly as rough weather caused tour deaths phers walked off their jobs Aug. 30 in a dispute that hinged on job elimination procedures. Railroad Chairman Ben W. Heineman said, "We would hope one in SO 80 81 56 56 Iliah" ii'iid lo'i It's An Interesting Sunday in Wit if Junior League The 1962 provisionols of the Junior League ore shown on the cover page of Sunday's Women's Section. They are now completing the basic course which precedes their community service if Candidate John Connolly The second in o two-part series by the Associated Press on the candidates tor governor in November's general election this one o profile study on Democrat John Connolly. if The United Fund and You October is United Fund campaign month in Abilene Sunday's Section B cover will help explain the vital role the United Fund ploys in Abilene, in both picture and story. if Texas Federation's Workshop Stories and pictures from the Tcxos Federation of Women's Clubs fall workshop in Aspcrmonl and the American Association of University Women's leadership conference in Snyder will highlight club news for women Sunday. Football and Baseball Local colleae games, Southwest Conference teams in action, major games across the nation and baseball as the season neors its end. and an entire paper filled with Dollar Day bargains New Hampshire and one in Conn- ccuticut. The downpour ranged up to more than five inches. Winds of more than 50 knots whipped Lake Ontario. A tow line! parted and separated a tug. Rus- sell Twenty with four men aboard and a barge loaded with tar and carrying two men. A freighter and Coast Guard lifeboat sped to Ihe rescue, cutting through waves 15-feet high. in private'oral days. About 140 s base Thursday night ahead of the Ft. Campbell unit and still more arrived Friday. The Justice Department in Washington would say only that several hundred marshals were dispatched to augment the small force on hand since last week. The border patrolmen were] flown here from Texas and Cali- fornia late Thursday and report- edly will act as marshals in any move into Mississippi. Texas sources said at least 109 border patrolmen were sent here. Four deputy U.S. marshals, spe- cialists in riot control, were sent from San Francisco. Su Hn Humidity If.OH .......____ lor 24-hours cndit same {laic la that the search begin again "early Satur- Friday. He indicated would day." Barnes' address is 3166 S. 9th. Search began shortly after 6 p.m. Thursday when a lake res- ident, C. 0. Eiblebach, said he t last niyht: sunrise today: unset tonicnt: iimctL-r reading at 9 p.m.: 28.11 t 9 p.m. 61 Iier cent. docks and heard someone Poland Hits U. S. Policy Against Cuba Chester Avinger, city judge and CD communications officer, are heading the- searching party which j has been concentrating its probing around an area near the channel from Jim Ned Creek, one of the lake's two main sources of water. A buoy marks the place where heard past' hisj'he boat driven by Barnes was shout i found, providing a center for the Bill Cooley, an employe area- Barnes' service station, 5109 S.I Mrs- Armstron 7th, said in Abilene that the wife of the and a close friend, William E. Armstrong, 3334 Green Acres, left for the lake Thursday afternoon. They were to return to Abilene Saturday afternoon. lene service station operator to Lake Brownwood, said the boat is owned by Homer McPherson of Abilene. Barnes, according to his em- mother? in dicated that Barnes and Arm- mfe Ahfr ve two chil- Labor Talks Broken Off NEW YORK (API-Peace talks jsombly. -Polish Foreign Minister Rapacki accused the- United States Friday of following an extremely dangerous policy toward Cuba. He also denounced the West German jovernmcnt as "the most stub- born and aggressive cold war force in the West." The Communist diplomat made the charges in a policy speech to the 108-nation U.N. General As- wukl late the boatful onto in Odessa: lake and run the water out of it, [Mrs. Petross said. Up to 300 persons and 30 boats between longshoremen and ship- j-icet nign collapsed Friday night, and Winds up to m.p.h. hit Bos- spokcsman said only a miracle can prevent a Sunday ton and more than 3'.fc inches o: rain soaked the suburban area. More than five inches of rain in 24 hours swamped Goldsboro, N.C. Quonset Point, R.I. was doused by almost five inches. The rainfall measured 4.63 inches at Point Judith, R.I.. 3.78 in Bed- Mass.. 3.80 in Friendship, N.Y.', and 2.80 in Turllepoint, Pa. Trees and power lines were down in a number of places along the Northeastern seaboard. Wind and tide tore loose many small boats that had been moored along the shore. Tides along the New Jersey coast ran three feet above nor-j mnl. Wet, windy weather covered a huge area from New England westward to the eastern Great Lakes region and the Upper Ohio Valley. Hainf.ill topped two inch- es at many points In Pennsylvan- ia, New York, Connecticut, Rhode a (lay. Island and Massachusetts. Another storm, developing In midnight strike oE Maine to Texas. docks from He declared the Cuban people have the same right to live under communism as the American peo- ple do under capitalism. He said Communist states in Europe live as neighbors with capitalist states and added: Federal mediators were equally i capitalist states and added: Dssimistic of preventing a walk-! "Poland and other Socialist out of members of the International Longshoremen's As- sociation. No new negotiations were in prospect. A deadlock over the size of loading crews lay at the heart of the dispute. countries maintain friendly rela- tions not only with neutral states but develop normal and some times good relations also with i number of of NATO. We want to maintain such 1C neill i vi IIK; Ships by the score were racingjrelations and develop them fur to clear ports in advance of thclthcr." strike deadline. i A capacity shape-up of Idockers was assigned to New York harbor, in a rush to Jear vessels before the slrike. Even then, jobs went begging for lack of longshoremen. Shippers appeared resigned to a strike, the first since 1959 but the sixth in less than a decade. Shipping circles estimate the cost of n pier shutdown at million ening nor the Pacific Ocean, accounted for gales along the West Coast from northern California to Canada. Rain peppered parts of Washing-1 ton and northwestern Oregon. I in office. The also began Oct. 1 and was ended one week later howor invoked the Taft-Hartlcy law, the third time he did so He said Cuba is neither thrcat- a position to threaten the United States or any one else. Rapacki made no mention of So- .jet bloc shipments to Cuba, nor did he refer to the statement of the -Soviet Union thai a U.S. at- tack on Cuba would mean war. His bitterest words were direct- ed against West Germany and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. He ch.M-gcd "nit Adenauer, skilfully using the dreams of glory cher- ished by French President Charles and was ended one ween imer ismxi u.v nvm.ii i noinnn when President Dwight D. Bison- dc Gaulle, was presenting his ma- lor North Atlantic Treaty Post Road in Larchmont, N.Y. 1 ..I i... zation allies with a challenge for law, i no mini iiu nun- a TIH> i< i ngainit the ILA in his two terms! authority over all Western EM- late Friday night charges Drum- id rope. NEWS INDEX Obituaries Sports Oil news SECTION A Soviets to Train Cuban Port Crew OXFORD, Miss. (AP) While part of Mississippi's array of peace officers regrouped on the University of Mississippi campus Friday, a federal court ruled their leader. Gov. Ross Barnett, guilty of the stage for his arrest. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans. La. gave the point of re- sistance to enrollment at Ole Miss of Negro James H. til next Tuesday at 11 a.m. to purge himself of contempt. Continued resistance by Barnett called for a fine and his custody by the U.S. attorney general. Burke Marshall, assistant U.S. attorney general for civil rights, assured the court its orders would be carried out. snubbed the court by failing to show up for Friday's hree-hour not only jtop resisting but must maintain order on the Ole Miss campus. Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy refused in Washington to say vhether another attempt will be made to enroll Meredith before the Tuesday deadline. "But he's going to be enrolled at the University of Kennedy told reporters. One Justice Department source expressed an opinion that the court ruling indicated there would be no further attempt to have Meredith enrolled before next Monday. While the contempt hearing con- tinued in New Orleans, Barnett ordered his volunteer contingent of local Mississippi peace officers back on campus. None would say why. but apparently the governor moved to guard against a surprise afternoon visit by Meredith. Meredith attended the New Or- leans hearing. By late afternoon about 40 sher- iffs, deputies and city policemen had gathered in aimless groups at Alumni House, headquarters for Gov. Ross Barnett's resistance to .integration of Ole Miss. None wore helmets or carried riot sticks and the gates of the campus still remained unguarded. This appeared to be a sign that Gov. Barnett clung to his resolve to fight Meredith's enrollment at the university to some future, bit- ter end. Yet none of the Mississippians HAVANA Soviets I will train Cubans in operating a fishing port and manning trawlers on campus seeraed tense, laugh- SECTION B iunder th" agreement Fidel I. frequently, joking. They Women's news.........2, 3'Castro's government signed upward when a plane Rodio-VJogs........... 4 jthe Soviet Union. overhead rememberijig that Radio-TV logs 2, 3 Amusements............ 5 Bridge quit 5 Editorials 6 Church news............7 An announcement Friday said farm news, markets 200 Cubans will be sent to the So- viet Union for training and others 7 .will serve aboard Soviet trawlers. 8, 9 I Five Soviet trawlers are already 'l3 'operating out of Cuban ports. Meredith flew in for his first abor- tive attempt to register. In Memphis. 110 engineers from Ft. Campbell. Ky.. arrived at See CONTEMPT, Pg, 11-A, Col. 4 U. S. Sailor Arrested On Espionage Charges WASHINGTON FBI transmit information relating to.culty and is known to have trar- arrested an American sailor Fri- the national defense of the United day night in a New York City States to Russian United Nations suburb on espionage charges, say' ing he passed security informa- tion to Russian employes of the United Nations. officials in New York city. Hoover identified this Informa- tion as classified Navy instruction manuals relating to many phases FBI director J. Edgar Hoover of military operations. identified him as Yeoman First Class Cornelius Drummond, 33, assigned to the U.S. Navy base at Newport, R. I. The FBI said agents arrested him about midnight on the Boston A complaint filed by the FBI mond unlawfully conspired elcd to New York City on several occasions, allegedly returning from there with large sums of money. Hoover said that in the com Hoover said Drummond. a year Navy veteran, was assigned to London in 1958 and in 1958 was reassigned (o the United States. Hoover said Drummontl's activ- ities had been under close obser- vation for some time based upon his service in England. York on Aug. 13, and on Sept. 7. After the trip, 11 classified documents and a miniature cam- era were found secreted In the trunk of Drummond's automobile. FBI agents havn determined that this camera was bought by is service in t Drummond, the FBI said, has a Soviet UX employ, la New been in extreme financial difli- York last February.   

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